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are zeroing in on the all-important state of ohio. president obama attend three-day rallies there today before heading back to washington. mitt romney is still there tonight and has an event planned for later this evening. >>> the number of people killed from hurricane sandy is up to 95 people at least across ten states. 39 in new york. and mayor bloomberg has just canceled this weekend's new york city marathon because of all the controversy. now let's get the latest on the headlines. on the weather, rather. >>> well, the weather headlines is that it's cold outside. it's going to continue to be cold over the next couple of days. temperatures right now 10 to 15 degrees below average. new york city coming in at 50 degrees. philadelphia at 49. we are sitting at 51. look back toward the west, though. pittsburgh at 38 is going to be a very chilly weekend, too. storm and sunday. will both be on the cold side. but sunday not too bad to go to get out there and walk. breathe deep for d.c. for longevity at the national mall. come down and join us. i will be emceeing the event for longevity coming out on
of a conference call with president obama and other mayors and governors. >> first the president once again underscored his commitment to doing everything possible to help in every state and city that has been affected by sandy. he indicated that he is prepared to make sure we cut through all the red tape so that the federal assistance as needed which of course is need more by some than others, will be made immediately available. and he indicated this could have been a lot worse. he said i'm looking out my window and i see there's a mess out here but all my people are at work. so it looks like things are moving along. >> reporter: the d.c. government and schools closed two days, are to reopen on wednesday. and early voting will resume. the city also has canceled a controversial $15 surcharge for any taxi cab ride. >> we'll work to get things moving back as they should be. >> reporter: during this tour, the mayor was glad to see that the flood prone neighborhood of bloomingdale in near northwest made it through without serious damage. city work crews had spent several days in advance, cleari
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